Glen Flagler was one of three malt whiskies produced at Inver House's Moffat complex in the 1960s and 70s. The complex was converted to distilling in 1964 (with production starting in 1965) having previously served as a paper mill. It produced both malt and grain whisky as well as neutral spirits and also included the Wanderhaufen System Malti ... Read More »
A very rare bottle of whisky from short-lived Glen Flagler, bottled in the 1970s with the now classic 'gothic' label after 8 years of maturation. Glen Flagler opened in 1964 and closed in 1985, leaving behind minimal stocks and collectors eagerly awaiting their appearance.
A bottle of no-age-statement whisky from short-lived Lowland distillery Glen Flagler. With the distillery only operating between 1964 and 1985, and not much single malt whisky released under their own label, this is a very rare bottling.
A rare bottling of whisky from short-lived Lowland distillery Glen Flagler. They closed in 1985 after only 19 years of operation and this is one of a pair of bottlings that Signatory released in the mid-1990s, one of only a handlful of bottlings released since the closure.
The 2003 release of 1973 vintage whisky from short-lived Glen Flagler, bottled after 30 years of maturation by Inver House. The distillery only operated between between 1964 and 1985 and this bottling is some of the last remaining stock known to exist.